The Bridgnorth Cliff Railway or Castle Hill Railway is a cliff railway in Bridgnorth, Shropshire, England. The railway links the High Town and Low Town areas of Bridgnorth.

The cliff railway is claimed to be the steepest funicular inland railway in the country, although it is also the shortest.

The railway was opened in 1892 and was powered by a simple system using water and gravity. The system was rebuilt to use electricity, and was re-opend in 1944. Later, in 1955, the old wooden cars were replaced by new stronger and lighter aluminium cars still in use today.

Stoneway Guest House was originally the Lower Station of the cliff railway, and excellent views of the railway are available from the dining room and some guest rooms.

For more information about the railway, please visit the Bridgnorth Cliff Railway Website.